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When you have this module installed onto a page that is https it will result in the module not displaying any twitter content. Not sure about the other social networks, but would gather it would be the same as well. The exact error from the browser is:
The page at https:// ran insecure content from http://widgets.twimg.com/j/2/widget.js.
Steps to reproduce:
1. Install the social media module
2. Setup a twitter feed.
3. Update twitter feed block (Widgets: twitter-profile-widget) to show in a region.
4. Go to the page with https as the protocol
No data is displayed on the page in Google Chrome. Appears to work in FF without issue, but does reference the insecure content on the page.
I am thinking that it could probably load the js file from an https site based on the url so that it matches rather than being hard coded to http. This should get around the issue and it does appear that the site does support https.